All-to-all FX to become commonplace by 2017

Vanishing divide between historic tiers of liquidity


Foreign exchange markets are expected to evolve into an all-to-all trading model over the next two years, as the lines between dealer-to-dealer (D2D) and dealer-to-customer (D2C) electronic trading continue to blur, according to research from consultancy GreySpark.

The firm expects the all-to-all market structure to become the norm by 2017, especially in highly commoditised, so-called flow FX products such as spot. The breakdown of the traditional two-tier market started a decade ago, when prime

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